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KRON
Mar 25, 2012 8:00am PDT
. robin winston will be back to tell us about it. robin winston will be back to tell us about it. [ male announcer ] the draw of the past is a powerful thing. but we couldn't simply repeat history. we had to create it. introducing the 2013 lexus gs, with leading-edge safety technology, like available blind spot monitor... [ tires screech ] ...night view... and heads-up display. [ engine revving ] the all-new 2013 lexus gs. there's no going back. it's kind of a big deal. to find nutritious and gluten-free cereals my whole family actually loves? well, the word "wow" comes to mind. and then a friend told me chex has five flavors that are gluten-free. even a cinnamon one the kids love. a nutritious cereal that makes everybody happy? like i said, wow. [ male announcer ] chex cereal. five flavors. good and gluten free. >>marty: will come back. most of the storm is to the north and east of the bay area. we are expecting thunderstorms and possibly kill later today. >>ysabel: in the united states has paid $50,000 in compensation for each afghan killed in a shooting spree attributed to a u.s. sold
ABC
Mar 30, 2012 7:00am EDT
. >> reporter: a nice invitation, but as you said, robin, you can't win if you don't play. along with nevada, there are seven other states where you can't play, those are utah, wyoming, alaska, mississippi, alabama, florida and hawaii. so people there are not listening to a word that i'm saying this morning. this might get their attention. only in texas at this gas station, a hot tub filled with ice cold beer. robin? >> ryan, it's a really nationwide event. 42 states participating in the mega millions. we'll be joined by the executive director of the texas lottery commissioner, gary, greef, it's so good to have you this morning. when we take a look at sales, my goodness, 14 million tickets sold per hour. have you seen anything like this, gary? >> never, robin. we have a world record jackpot for one dollar, our players have a chance to win over $500 million they're going crazy. >> when you look at the jackpot. on tuesday, $373 million and then it's $540 million. it could go even higher, gary? >> buckle your seat belt. around 10:30 central today, we're going to take a look at all of how these
ABC
Mar 5, 2012 7:00am PST
-hit community of henryville, indiana. good morning, ginger. >> reporter: good morning, robin, good morning, everyone. covered in a fresh two inches of snow, the twisted shredded town of henryville is difficult to see this morning. but look at the scene around me. i am actually in someone's living room. wait till you see the pictures we're about to show you. you'll get a sense of how frightening it was to be in the cross hairs of this tornado. >> oh, no, get back! there it is, coming over the hill. >> mom, do we need to jump in the car? >> jump in the car! >> run. run. >> come on, get out, get out, get out! [ siren ] >> oh, my god. >> reporter: nature's fury caught on tape. >> back up! >> reporter: the monster tornadoes, part of a violent line of twisters that demolished towns in five state, killing at least 38 people. >> unbelievable. >> reporter: more than 100 tornado reports since friday. at least 42 confirmed. this one packing winds as high as 175 miles per hour. this ef-4 tornado did this to the town of marysville, indiana. the destruction we see from the ground is mind-numbing from ab
NBC
Mar 21, 2012 11:00pm PDT
is grateful for her family. >> reporter: that's really what saved her through all this. robin frankel said she suffered from bad migraines since she was 13 years old. her attorney said instead of getting the right treatment, her doctors here ordered an unnecessary procedure, that went a wry. a jury agreed. >> thank god i'm alive. >> those were the first words out of robin's mouth when she woke up from a six-week comb a. it began in 2006 when she complained of migraines. the foundation doctor fuel-injected a dye into a vain in her brain. >> she trusted the doctor and did this because the doctor recommended it. >> the procedure was unnecessary, leaving his client in a coma and paralyzed on the right side. the 48-year-old mother of two once very active is confined to a wheelchair and strains to speak. >> no. you can see i do not do anything. >> on monday, four weeks after the medical malpractice trial began, they awarded robin a $22 million judgment and they concluded physicians at palo alto medical were negligent in the care and treatment of robin frankel, adding the negligence was a substantial
ABC
Mar 21, 2012 7:00am PDT
follow. robin. >> many will be watching. all right, jim, thank you. >>> now, to the massive rains soaking the south right now, creating a lot of danger this morning and flash flood watches across the region, as rivers rise fast. you know sam is tracking all of this for us. good morning, sam. >> good morning, robin. and the deep south flooding rains continue in this morning. but there are added complications. take a look well down into louisiana, where we've got not only tornado watches, but we've got severe thunderstorm watch us and warnings, even tornado warnings popping up from new iberia to alexandria. look at the target zones in red here. many are saying that's 8 to 12 and 12 inches-plus. this is doppler estimate. around louisiana and into the dallas area. you expect flood warnings to be up from that amount of heavy rain in a short amount of time. the rivers are starting to rise. and ginger zee is standing in white rock lake in dallas. ginger, in that area, when that floodwater goes, it starts roaring. >> reporter: it is roaring this morning. my crew is from dallas. they tell me that
KRON
Mar 30, 2012 5:00pm PDT
when you thought it was safe to enjoy the sunny day? these iforecast details robin? >> this will move in tonight and it will be strong. this system to the north with showers over eureka. that rain will slowly move into the north bay with lows in the 40's and scattered showers. and we will start to see it that front going closer to the bay area. to put the future cast into motion. there's the threat on the north-bay. when we return, we will advance this for the rest of your saturday. what you can expect for the weekend. >>pam: you can see that this is what everybody is talking about with mega millions! lotto fever for the bay area and the rest of the country. some of the luckiest places this is kavanaugh as liquor store in san lorenzo look at that. liquor store. it is packed with people. it continue halfs reason is because there have been five winning tickets have been sold at kavanaugh a's and previous strategies could help. >>reporter: everybody is hoping to be the next instant millionaire they have a strategy for winning. >> birthdays, i have been standing in line for two hours. the
ABC
Mar 21, 2012 7:00am EDT
is tracking all of this for us. good morning, sam. >> good morning, robin. and the deep south flooding rains continue in this morning. there's added complications. look well down into louisiana, where we have tornado watches and severe thunderstorm watches and warnings, and tornado warnings, popping up from new iberia to exandria. look at the target zones in red here. many are saying that's 8 to 12 and 12 inches-plus. this is doppler estimate. around louisiana and into the dallas area. you expect flood warnings to be up from that amount of heavy rain in a short amount of time. and they are. the rain has moved east. but the rivers continue to rise. and our ginger zee is standing in white rock lake in dallas. ginger, in that area, when that floodwater goes, it starts roaring. >> reporter: it is roaring this morning. my crew is from dallas. they tell me that usually white rock lake looks like a reflecting pool at the dam. this morning, just crashing down after all of that rain fell here in dallas. so, it's done and all to the east. but now, that rain, flooding louisiana to arkansas. the south s
ABC
Mar 22, 2012 7:00am EDT
morning, matt. >> reporter: robin, that's right. tense moments unfolding in the city hall behind me. city council voting no confidence in the police chief. now, it's up to the city manager to decide whether or not to fire him. this morning, growing public outcry over the shooting death of trayvon martin, from the thousands gathered here for the so-called million hoodie march in new york. >> we are -- >> trayvon martin. >> reporter: to the millions signing this internet petition. finally being heard. 1,000 miles away in sanford, florida, city commissioners took a stunning step. a swift no-confidence vote in their police chief, bill lee. this morning, lee is still in his post but could face firing by the city's manager. and as the department of justice begins investigating the shooting as a possible hate crime, the city's entire leadership is now under scrutiny. >> mayor triplett do you want to answer where the chief is? >> reporter: jeff triplett is sanford's mayor. there's been aillations of misconduct by the police department. >> there were mistakes made. we're going to handle that. >> r
ABC
Mar 16, 2012 7:00am PDT
this tornado. they'll know later today. max wins 130 miles per hour robin. >> ginger, thank you. >> let's get to sam. such a surprising sight. so many. >> in april, may, we could say tornadoes in michigan, fine, to be expected. in early march? this heat is fueling it. this is the map that everyone in the country is talking about. take a look at this. 2,000 record-high temperatures since the first of march. i never thought this was possible. that heat fuels the storms. the early warning and these people taking cover likely saved their lives. what you'll notice from these storm, this he will be less powerful than the storms in illinois, and also into kentucky and missouri that we're talking about just a few weeks ago. this will probably be an ef-2 storm. we have 200 storm reports out of that. three tornadoes in michigan. george, just a wild day, yesterday. >> sure is. thanks, sam. >> we'll turn to the american soldier that went on that rampage, killing innocent civilians in afghanistan. he's hired a civilian lawyer. on his way back to the states. we're learning more about why he m
ABC
Mar 5, 2012 7:00am EST
morning, matt. >> good morning, robin. a field of snow, actually a neighborhood sfo72 hours ago. they hope to start clearing the debris, instead, they're contending with piles of wet, heavy snow. so heavy, they're afraid it will start collapsing rooftops. there are other hazards here. this 2 by 4 sticking out of the snow with nails in it. >> take it away from us, lord! >> reporter: she blasts skyward. >> take it away from my home! take it away from this town! >> reporter: a mystery use woman in this video begging god to let this tornado pass. the tornado battered kentucky as prayers resonated. so we set out to find her with electricity out, it wasn't easy. finally -- >> we watched it form. then the monster was above it, i began then to pray. >> take it away from us! >> it knocked the porch right off? >> it knocked the porch right off. >> reporter: and it worked. her house still standing. ♪ >> reporter: despite congregations coming across this region, prayers for the youngest left unanswered. >> she looked and lifted her arms straight up. she wanted to go to her daddy. >> reporter: true t
CSPAN
Mar 25, 2012 1:00pm EDT
of the women's movement in the american left's progress and who was robin morgan. >> guest: okay. she still still alive. >> host: who is robin morgan. >> guest: a lot of people don't know the feminist movement we think of arising in the 1960s and '70s, was really created in many ways by leftists. betty free dna, the author of a popular book, the feminist mystique, had been close to the communist party in their youth. wasn't anymore in 1960s but the book is a radical critique of women's place in american society, which among other things indicts corps and -- not anticapitalism but anticorporate. >> robin is a young new leftist who had been a popular tv child actress in her youth, of course, and then she stopped being aning a -- actress, and then out of the antiwar movement, as a young radical new left of the time, she and other women began to basically criticize their own movement for saying, if we're awful about equality and -- if we're all about equality and democracy and equal rights for everybody, how come women are still running the mimeograph machines, making coffee, expected to sleep
ABC
Mar 30, 2012 5:30pm PDT
of a champion. robin roberts brings us lessons in courage and confidence, learned from our "person of the week." >>> good evening. as we come on the air, history is being made tonight, one lottery ticket at a time. $640 million, up for grabs in the biggest lottery ever. and here is what americans are doing to get their tickets. look at the lines stretching down a desert road, there it is, in san bernardino, california. one person waited six hours for a ticket. thousands were streaming across the border for neighboring nevada, which doesn't have a lottery. and neither does mississippi, leading to gridlock across state lines in delta, louisiana. but did you know this? only half of the money collected goes to the winner? so, we decided to find out where the rest of the money goes, and abc's ron claiborne is on the lottery beat tonight and starts us off. ron? >> reporter: and good evening, diane. there has been a surge of ticket-wifing in these final hours before the drawing later tonight. that jackpot, we're talking of a magnitude of nearly double the biggest payout ever. this is way past mega-mi
ABC
Mar 8, 2012 11:35pm PST
time with abc's robin roberts. >> reporter: in the weeks since her sudden and unexplained death, memories of whitney houston are still as strong as the faith that carried her home to the church where she first song in the choir. >> we agree that there was this feeling, this promise, that if somehow we listened carefully, god's voice would somehow come to us. >> reporter: that faith, a constant for someone who has been there for whitney since the start, dionne warwick. >> don't grieve for me. for now, i'm free. >> reporter: they were more than friends. they were cousins. >> you know, deionne, the last time we sang together -- >> reporter: they were frequent collaborators. ♪ >> reporter: here, singing in 1985, on the show "solid gold." and again, just last year, at clive davis' pregrammy gala. ♪ that's what friends are for >> she was the little girl i never had. >> reporter: today, on "gma," deionne spoke for the first time since that terrible day. when was the last time you spoke to whitney? >> i spoke to whitney the day she died. spoke to her that morning. she was so up and
ABC
Mar 20, 2012 7:00am PDT
inside to robin. >> ginger, thank you. and sam's going to be back with us and tell us where those storms are headed next. >>> now, to staff sergeant robert bales, the u.s. army soldier accused of killing 16 afghan civilians. he was once accused of ripping off an ohio couple to the tune of over $1 million. brian ross brings us the exclusive interview of the retirees who knew robert bales before all this happened. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, robin. well, the lawyer for sergeant bales says his client has no memory of the night he is accused of the afghan massacre. suggesting a defense of what is called diminished capacity. while his friends and family says what happened is completely out of character for the man they knew, there are new report this is morning that suggest he was a slick conman who joined the army to avoid a mi million-dollar judgment against him. with criminal charged expected later this week, the defense of staff sergeant bales is beginning to take shape. his lawyer says bales cannot recall anything of the shooting. >> he has an early memory of that eve
SFGTV2
Mar 10, 2012 7:00am PST
>> next is robin black. >> hi, robin! >> oh, ok. i had to know. this is called "eviction notice." the police turned us away. 11 years old eating baby food. days warm like the occasional free matsoff from next door. no plates the cups were yoplaits. i stepped on a nail taking my sister through the yard the drinking from beer bottles that tasted like warm quarters the i caught fleas from cookie puss sleeping on my stomk keeping us both warms. at that age i lost the comfort from lies. stranded on a crescent move, floating in a sea of ash littered with diamonds the i swallowed past lives to spit these alternate futures. >> one more big round of applause for our very talented apprentice program. fantastic.[music] >> good afternoon i'd like to begin. thank you and welcome to todays performance of dacugo in english. as most of you know is a comical one man story telling that uses very limited stage set and instruments and thus it's a japanese tradition performing arts that requires special and traditional and highly trained skills. >> today's story. the hunter. 300 decadesing an in j
ABC
Mar 29, 2012 4:00pm EDT
is about to try a very firy drink. >> this makes me so angry. >> see what you think when robin lights his drink on fire. >>> and two guys in a classic car. what could possibly go wrong? >> i think i know what's goin >>> i h an aawesome surpri video for you guys. the sailor you see on the left hand of the screen is ellis. he's bravely serving our country as a sailor and has not been home since july of 2011. the woman on the right, in the green shirt is ellis' grandma, joyce. it's her 76th birthday party. she's posing for a picture with her two great grand kids. watch what happens. i think seeing her grand sson f the first time in almost a year is like winning the lottery. she has no idea he was going to be there for her 76th bert day birthday party. it would be fun to talk to them. "right this minute" from ashville, alabama they are joining us via skype. how did you set this up? >> they were having her birthday party before i got here. i thought i would make it a surprise. >> how were you able to slip in undetected? i didn't realize sailors were so stealthy. >> we bought her a birdhouse.
ABC
Mar 19, 2012 7:00am PDT
. and we have more record heat coming this last day of winter, robin. >> a lot to deal with. >>> to the fatal shooting in france. a gunman, opening fire in front of a jewish school, killing four and at least two more children have been injured. abc's nick schifrin has more. what can you tell us? >> reporter: robin, this shooting began just as school started, just as parents were dropping their children off to this jewish school. the shooter rolled up in a scooter and shot at everything he saw, according to one witness. the victims include aid 30-year-old and his two sons ages 3 and 6 as well as another child, age 8. president nicolas sarkozy flew down there and apolicied it a tragedy. today, the city is in lockdown. police are frantically searching for the killer who escaped on that scooter. >> we know that there have been other shootings in that town, nick, of a mysterious nature, let us say. are authorities thinking there's a link here? >> reporter: robin, this is the third shooting in this area just in the last week and a half last thursday. a paratrooper was killed. a we
ABC
Mar 28, 2012 7:00am EDT
things now where they're trying to give blame to the victim, demonize the victim. >> robin, there's been so much interest and also so much misinformation about this case. get this, a man in california tweeted out what he thought was the address of george zimmerman here in sanford, florida. it was the wrong george zimmerman. the poor family that lived there was so inundated by phone calls and threats they had to leave their home. >> all right, matt, thank you. because this case has sparked such an emotional response tonight on abc news radio, i'll host a live town hall, race and justice. we have great guests, parents, children of all races, law enforcement officials. and we're going to have a frank discussion. abc news radio tonight, 7:00 p.m. eastern. and listen on yahoo!.com. >>> and mixed news for president obama. our new poll shows voters they've got a law from the supreme court. jon, you had more than half the court asking questions about this requirement that everyone has to buy health insurance. listen to justice scalia. he had a down-to-earth example, he said if the government can
SFGTV2
Mar 27, 2012 7:00am PDT
from a town land called outside of robin. when i was growing up i would hear the names. and they would conjure the sense of another world i was no longer a part of but was connected to. i think the -- i came to the brink of this sort of, you know, really quest gradualy by hearing the names. the other experience i had when i was growing up is music in my grand mother's house. my grand mother live on the first floor of the apartment building the door was open. everyone in the apartment building stopped there after work. they would stop for a drink and play polka, not polka, poker. and lynched to john gibbons play an accordion on his wooden leg. you had the sense of people having come over if not in mass by a great number to this other place with a kind of echo of that place being transposed into the world that became my world. so that of my mother's side of the family. my father's side was more mysterious. over time i heard stories of lost aunts and saint john >> new found land which is not where they are from and a deeper echo further back. i had my grandfather's passport from 1918, you
ABC
Mar 7, 2012 7:00am PST
there, all of a sudden i turn -- >> and here i am. good morning to you, robin. these particular powerball numbers were actually announced on february 11th, a saturday night. it was clear right away there was a winner. but come monday, still, no one had come forward. suspense and speculation was running rampant in newport. but the winner waited to reveal herself until yesterday, almost an entire month later. a penny for her thoughts? not a chance. 81-year-old louise white is short on words, not cash. >> i'm very happy. and i'm very proud. and this will make my family very happy. we're truly blessed. thank you. [ applause ] >> reporter: that was all she had to say after finally coming forward tuesday to collect her $336 million power ball jackpot. a cool $210 million with the lump sum payment. the largest cash payout in powerball history. >> she's as vibrant, sharp, vivacious as any octogenarian you're going to meet. >> reporter: the larger than life check is written out to the rainbow sherbet trust for a good reason. it's what her son was craving last month when he made an unexpe
ABC
Mar 16, 2012 7:00am EDT
rival. andrea canning has the details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the prosecution fought hard to prove hemi knn neuman was guilt. he'll spend life in prison without parole. not in a mental health facility. the jury fore woman's voice broke. >> count one, we, the your jury, find the deft as to count one guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. but mentally ill. >> reporter: neuman closed his eyes. he had hoped for not guilty by reason of insanity, claiming an angel with the voice of olivia newton-john ordered him to kill rusty snooiderm sneiderman, thef the woman he was in love with. >> i am so, so, so sorry. >> reporter: his brother, steve, addressed the court, while his family wept. >> today, the pain is unbearable. we look for the court to provide us with some measure of comfort, knowing this man convicted of killing rusty sneiderman will never walk among us again. >> reporter: the prosecution claimed andrea sneiderman a coconspirator in this. the prosecution called him a fake. his own wife broke her silence on thursday to the atlanta journal constitution saying he's no
ABC
Mar 22, 2012 7:00am PDT
morning, robin. that's right. dramatic moments unfolding here at city hall behind me last night, as city commissioners responding to the national wave of outrage. responding to the no confidence vote for the police chief. now it's up to the city manager whether or not to fire him. this morning, growing public outcry over the shooting death of trayvon martin and the thousand gathered here for the so-called million hoody march in new york. >> we are -- >> trayvon martin. >> we are -- >> trayvon martin. >> reporter: to the millions signing this internet petition. finally being heard. 1,000 miles away in sanford, florida, city commissioners took a stunning step. a swift no-confidence vote in their police chief, bill lee. this morning, lee is still in his post but could face firing by the city's manager. and as the department of justice begins investigating the shooting as a possible hate crime, the city's entire leadership is now under scrutiny. >> mayor triplett do you want to answer where the chief is? could he be here to answer questions? >> reporter: jeff tripl
ABC
Mar 9, 2012 7:00am PST
the unemployment rate stays where it is or even goes up. again, cautiously optimistic. robin. >> let's turn to john berman for the other stories. >> don't look so surprised. >> who is going to be there? >> we begin with a tense drama inside and outside a hospital in pittsburgh hospital after a man with two semi automatic handguns walked into the lobby and started shooting. and that was just the beginning. the university of pittsburgh medical center looked like the scene of a hollywood action movie. streets closed. s.w.a.t. teams moving in. sharp-shatters on roof tops on the roof nearby. >> the gunman entered the front door at western psych. >> reporter: seconds after the first gunshots rang out, police fired back. hospital staff and patients on lockdown for nearly three hours. many unaware of what was going on. >> we saw the action. the police cars, people being pulled out on gurneys. a s.w.a.t. team. we put the news on and heard there was a shooting. we were told to get away from the windows. >> reporter: in the crossfire, a hospital worker was killed. seconds later, so were the gun
ABC
Mar 2, 2012 7:00am PST
now over much of the country. >> good morning, robin, george, we'll show you what wen we showed yu thburd now that they've looked at ehe g we know that there have been about 36 reported new year's day knows that one outbreak that came earlier this week. we'll also show you a little bit of the damage in branson, missou we know what's ahead or potentially ahead with thi of stro stocf o&hep the air is much milder in the that's not a surprise to you, than it should be this time of year. of lotthes o for tor is wgrea tornado threat will be. this is where strong to severe storms will be. cincinnati, bowling green, harrisburg is back in the line and we'll be following it. again, already storms have started. we expect them through the day robin. geor miss with a commuter get and a car that broughee ru you see it right there. a quick-thinking aiic officials now investigating how such a serious security breach is even possible. jim avila has the story. >> good morning. it's a sight they've said they've never s a random civilian suv on the a random civetrai suv on the to the landing zone with
ABC
Mar 12, 2012 7:00am PDT
. >> reporter: good morning, robin. that's right, president obama did not even want to wait for daytime in afghanistan before he called president karzai. his messages were two-fold. one, he wanted the president of afghanistan to know that the u.s. takes these civilian casualties just as seriously as if they were american civilian casualties. and the second is that there will be accountability for the soldier. they want to make sure that anyone responsible, they think it's just this one soldier, will be held fully accountable, robin. >> jake, on the heels of the koran burnings just recently, and now this, what are the major concerns of the white house going forward as far as implications concerned? >> reporter: well, they're worried about this. this could be a tipping point. this could be an incident that inflames the entire region, perhaps the entire country. their job is to see that that does not happen. so the message they're delivering right now is that they can work through this, they can get through this horrible, horrific incident if the united states get focused on the larger pic
ABC
Mar 13, 2012 7:00am PDT
santorum a liberal. those are fighting words, robin. in-mississippi. santorum calling romney desperate. >>> and a "bachelor" bombshell. ben proposed to courtney. in one of the show's most shocking endings ever. now this morning, one of the women at the center of that dramatic finale. lindzi who everyone wanted him to pick is now speaking out. >>> good morning to both of you. in case you missed it, let's take another look. new information about the plane you see there. off the runway in atlanta this morning. we're told mechanics were testing the engines when the brakes on the plane failed. there were no passengers on the plane. no injuries to report. and airport officials say this incident will not cause any delays this morning. it is a relief. considering hartsfield-jackson airport is the nation's busiest. >>> to other breaking news this morning. violent fallout from the massacre of 16 innocent civilians by a u.s. soldier. today, taliban militants opened fire on high-ranking officials visiting the site of the massacre. the violence thousanow threaten plunge. the delicate balance of pow
ABC
Mar 23, 2012 7:00am PDT
the final report is written. and that is expected in two weeks. robin? >> jim, thank you. >>> we're going to bring in "gma" legal analyst dan abrams. the police don't believe there's foul play. but some believe when cocaine and illegal substance, there could be more of an investigation. >> i don't expect there will be any charges here, but there are two possible avenues, one is the possibility of evidence tampering. did someone clean up the scene there? don't expect anything to come out of that. the other, of course, is the cocaine use. people will say, who gave her the cocaine? we hold our doctors to higher standards than we do our drug dealers, right? when we talk about investigations like this, we often say, who is the one that supplied, where did the prescription drugs come from? that's because you're talking about someone who prescribed the drug. selling cocaine is illegal. are they going to be able to figure out who that was? who sold her the cocaine? maybe, but i don't think that's going to be -- >> you mentioned witness tampering. there's two possibly scenarios that they are sayin
ABC
Mar 29, 2012 5:00pm EDT
't stop robin klein from playing for the first time. >> last tuesday and i didn't. i thought somebody's going to win and nobody did. i thought yeah, i'm going to play. so here i am. >> reporter: robin has the same thought we all do. >> i'll be back here. >> reporter: so i have my tickets. the chances of winning at 174 million to one, odds are, i will probably be back to work. >> there's an 80% chance there will be a winning ticket friday and the odds are two winning tickets. >>> coming up, one in 88 children as some form of autism according to a new study by the centers for disease control. we'll take a look at the study and what impact it may have on the children. >>> the uproar on pink i'm has grocery stores and schools pulling it off the shelves. >>> with gas prices hovering around $4 a gallon, thieves are seeing liquid gold. how they stole gas at a gas station in georgia. >>> the makers of the beef filler, the so-called pink slime are pushing back against the criticism. they say the filler is safe and the criticism is unwarranted. >> reporter: governors from several beef producing
CW
Mar 5, 2012 9:30pm CST
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FOX
Mar 30, 2012 4:25am EDT
if when the dispatcher asked he he needed back up. >> you can send me robin, i guess. >> he calls it a batmobile. he dresses up in a bat suit and visits children in local hospitals. police let him go after taking pictures. one of the officers is heard over the video saying if you wait long enough, you will see everything. >> i imagine that's try, when you're a cop you have or you will see it all out there. >> i like that part ugh, did you get robins? >> up next, some day it did a lot more harm than good, we'll explain. hi, tucker. >> hi, we'll talk about your weekend forecast and we'll look at your traffic as well right after the break. [ female announcer ] with xfinity, you can always expect more. like more on demand shows and movies than ever. and more ways to discover them too. plus more speed from america's fastest internet provider. so you can run more devices at the same time. ♪ feel a firework [ female announcer ] and best of all, it keeps getting better. no wonder more people choose xfinity over any other provider. ♪ love can be so mystical ♪ romance happens. confide
Current
Mar 30, 2012 4:00pm PDT
and former california prosecutor robin sacks. and i want to ask robin what in the world they are thinking here because this should be legal in los angeles. >> we have lost robin. we'll come back and find out what the hell they're thinking in a second. let me bring in damon, who is in miami right now. he's reporter for business insider. david, great to have you here as well. first of all, i have a really broad question for you. if the american people think we should legalize pot and this president ran on reforms focus on preventionenties etc. what are we doing on this gigantic war on drugs. >> here is the problem cenk, if i may. if your previous segment before the break i heard your guest say the lesser of two evils. this is talking about the drone strikes but a lot of people have been using that same phrase to defend obama on all kinds of issues. and in 2008 i didn't know i was voting for the lesser of two evils. i didn't know i was voting for a guy who was slightly less evil than crazy john mccain. and obama's policies on the war on drugs is pretty much the status quo, the same as bush.
CBS
Mar 6, 2012 6:00am EST
commute, one accident on route 32. the second, highway robin hood road. speeds around the major roadways in up ther 50s for the most part. average speeds on 95, 61 and 56 in the southbound lanes. there's a look at the beltway in the high 50s on the topside. west side starting to see minor delay, 51 is the average speed now. 795 south of franklin boulevard, that's getting close to having delays there as well. there's a look at 95 at 395. this traffic report brought to you by toyota. visit today and see why now is the time to make the jump. back over to you. >> all right. >>> and ron, adam just brought up an incrediblely important point about the location we're getting ready to discuss. >> well, what i thought was entering because i was down there the other day, we have another national chain that is coming into baltimore that ignored the city for a while and you're seeing a lot more of the big national brand names coming and it is the perfect example of that. >> and revitalizes the inner harbor. take eightway. >> reporter: that's right. we're at the corner of calvert downtown. the tuskan
KRON
Mar 30, 2012 8:00pm PDT
of the winning numbers, we will have them for you again coming out. >>robin: tomorrow morning, rain and gusty winds, i will have full details coming up. costs [ teen ] times are good, aren't they, kids? it's nice having u-verse, isn't it? see back in my day, we didn't have these newfangled wireless receivers. fangled? no, we watched march madness in the living room... that's where the tv outlet was. what is he talking about? and if mom was hosting her book club that day, guess what...you missed it! we couldn't just move the tv all willy-nilly all over the house. ohh! ohh! kids today have it so good. ok. [ male announcer ] the new wireless receiver only from at&t. get u-verse tv for $25 a month with free hd for six months. at&t. >>pam: coming up, if you missed the lucky numbers that could make you a millionaire, stated, we will bring them to you again. new victims identified in the speed freak killers. we will tell you who the new victims are and the technology that helped to identify them. if you're thinking of heading to the movies, we have a preview of the newest rele
NBC
Mar 6, 2012 6:00am EST
pulaski highway at robin hood road. watch for possible delays. 57 on the north side. 53 on the west side. one more problem on route 32 in sykesville. this is 95 and looking good. you can take that as an alternate to pulaski highway. this is 795 at franklin boulevard. nothing out of the ordinary make your way down towards the beltway. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> thank you. the teenager accused of opening fire inside an ohio high school is due back in court today. prosecutors say t.j. lane walked into the cafeteria and started shooting at random. five students were hit. he faces three counts of aggravated murder. the winner of the third largest powerball jackpot in history collects their jackpot today. $336 million. the winner will take the jackpot in a lump sum or over 30 years. >> be aware of the poison being sent to your cell phone. a survey found one in five users had experienced a security threat with their device. one might lure you into completing a survey. this thursday, red box is inviting everybody to enjoy a free one night movie rental to say thank you for help th
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